29 Dec Planning an Engagement Party(Last Updated On: 27/04/2018)
For many couples, the wedding season starts with an engagement party. This is a time of celebration for friends and family. It can be a great kick off to what is otherwise seen as a lot of work – planning a wedding! The engagement party tradition has gone through a few different phases. In many cases it is the families who throws the party. In some communities it is the friends of the bride and groom who put the engagement party together. However, as with all things wedding related, there are different ways to go about such an important function. This is especially important when Planning Engagement Party!
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Sydney Event Planner within Pink Caviar Events weaves their magic to bring to the table items that reassure brides and grooms who don’t know what to expect from a wedding planner relationship. For instance, those couples who are from different traditions may be thinking of having separate engagement parties. Maybe one event will be thrown by the friends of the couple while another will be given by the families. This is a decent solution when there are conflicts or considerations involving the relationships inside the groups, but it’s not necessary to split up the action!
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A professional event planner is well versed in balancing the needs of the couple. This includes their social circles and that of their families. There are different options that will allow the groups to come together in one event. All this while still maintaining buffers to keep everyone comfortable. There are also opportunities to schedule the two events in different but adjoining venues to keep the bridal couple in one location. The professionalism of Pink Caviar’s event planners will know the best ways to approach the problem for the couple and the time of the wedding.
The engagement party can sometimes involve gifts. This however is primarily intended to be a venue for well wishes from the couple’s friends, relatives and community. There are plenty of parties and traditional obligations during the lead up to a wedding. The bride and groom would be well advised to consider their tolerance for such events. If they are both a little disinterested in large group social functions, then figuring out a way to balance those needs with the traditions in the family will be their Sydney event planner’s job. If the couple is up for a party every night, then putting together the most entertaining and memorable engagement party agendas possible will be where the wedding planner focuses their attention.
Keeping the party stress free, worry free and as be as much fun as possible happens when you are planning an engagement party we a Sydney Event Planner such as Pink Caviar Events! Feel free to contact us today or check out our social media pages for inspiration.
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